A suicide is discovered in a top-secret White House file room. Secret Service agent Jack Powers is assigned to keep the brewing crisis from the press. But death is just the tip of the iceberg--espionage is suspected of a beautiful woman who may be the President's mistress. Suddenly, Powers finds himself trapped in a labyrinth of deceit, murder and betrayal that can destroy him at any minute.
This engrossing story by a former Secret Service agent about espionage and political maneuvering during the 1996 presidential campaign is flawed by a too-obvious plot.
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"Gritty, authentic ... A tight, powerful style and terrific sense of pace. Paramour is gripping, worthwhile reading, meaningful, entertaining." Dean Koontz